Italian based shipyard Rossinavi has announced that the 38.5m superyacht Taransay was delivered last week from Viareggio. The contract was signed at the end of 2013 and she was launched 16 months later in April 2015.

Taransay’s distinctive appearance is based on an early 1930’s classic motoryacht designed by Italian based Studio Tassin. Rossinavi worked closely with the owner and Studio Tassin to achieve her traditional appearance. She is complete with the latest onboard technology and accommodates ten guests across five cabins with a crew of seven.

With naval architecture by STB Italia, Taransay is powered by twin Caterpillar C18 Acert engines enabling her to reach a maximum speed of 14 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots with a 3500 nm range.

Taransay will be exhibited at the Monaco Yacht Show 2015

LOA: 38.5
Gross Tons: 299
Designer: Studio Tassin
Naval Architecture: STB Italia
Maximum Speed: 14 knots
Range: 3500 nm

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